Varilux Physio Enhanced 1.74 Index Lenses

Varilux Physio Enhanced 1.74 Index
Type: Progressive (No Line)
Material: Ultra High Index
Rimless: Not Compatible

The Varilux Physio Enhanced 1.74 lens is the thinnest progressive lens on the market today.  Digitally carved on both the front and back sides, this is the most comfortable lens available for people with very high prescriptions, recommended +/- 6.00 or higher.  This lens includes Crizal Avance, the best anti-reflective and super hard coating available on the market today.  The Varilux Physio Enhanced 1.74 Index lens is available in this range:  -10.00 to +8.00 sphere, -3.00 to +3.00 cylinder, and up to +3.00 add (prism and slab off excluded)

The Physio Enhanced 1.74 lens improves contrast sensitivity by helping people in day to day situations, such as driving at night, reading the newspaper and experiencing the vivid colors in a bouquet of flowers.  Varilux has developed an innovative design and manufacturing process—W.A.V.E. Technology—which literally corrects progressive vision to deliver the sharpest progressive vision. 

Sharp vision has two key components:  Visual acuity and contrast sensitivity.   By dramatically reducing or eliminating higher order aberrations, Varilux Physio delivers an improvement in contrast sensitivity—the ability to see visual details and colors--by up to 30%.  Varilux Physio is the only lens proven to increase.  The result is an advanced general-purpose lens that delivers unsurpassed progressive performance to all people.  Bring yourself even closer to “real world” vision with optimal clarity, depth and dimension with Varilux Physio.  The Varilux Physio is made by Essilor, the world's largest maker of high quality eyeglass lenses.

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